Treatment Plan 3: Closure of nostril by Young's operation
OF CASES FESS 136 SEPTOPLASTY 77 DIAGNOSTIC NASAL ENDOSCOPY 40 TURBINOPLASTY 10 NASAL BONE CORRECTION 10 YOUNG'S OPERATION
4 SEPTO-RHINOPLASTY 4 RHINOSCLEROMA-EXCISION 2 RHINOSPORIDIOSIS-EXCISION 2 Table 3: DISTRIBUTION OF HEAD AND NECK SURGERIES TYPE OF SURGERY No.
The Seafood Company is built from the other half of the original Young's operation
and will focus on chilled seafood for own label.
The importance of sustainable fisheries is a key issue underpinning the Young's operation
and the company has long been a strong supporter of responsible fishing practices, particularly core initiatives such as the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)'s work to accredit sustainable fisheries.
Young's Bluecrest was created from the merger of the seafood arm of Booker with the Young's operation
from United Biscuits and was sold by LGV for 137m [pounds sterling], three times its original investment.
The graded side of Young's operation
may provide the bread and butter to the jam of the open scene, but its importance is not overlooked by Young.
To say Young's operation
is unique is to understate matters considerably.
The outline changes are likely to involve 89 redundancies at Young's site in Annan, and the closure of Young's operation
in Pewsey, with up to 50 new jobs created in Grimsby.
The change in ownership adds 29 employees to Avison Young's operations
The change in ownership will add 53 employees to Avison Young's operations
The virtual abandoning of the Cardiff operation was seen as even more embarrassing because Mark Molyneux, the managing partner responsible for Ernst and Young's operations
in the UK, originally set the Cardiff office up himself.
Initially, six of these part-time guards were scheduled daily for the last two weeks of the de Young's operations